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HTTPS Everywhere Alternatives

HTTPS Everywhere is described as 'browser extension produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It encrypts your communications with a number of major websites' and is a very popular Privacy Tool in the web browsers category. There are nine alternatives to HTTPS Everywhere for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Firefox and Google Chrome. The best alternative is Smart HTTPS, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like HTTPS Everywhere are KB SSL Enforcer, HTTPZ, SSL Enforcer and HTTPS Always.

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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Online
  • Vivaldi Browser
  • Google Chrome
  • Yandex.Browser
  • Opera
  • Chromium
  • Firefox

HTTPS Everywhere is a browser extension produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier...

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  1. Smart HTTPS icon

    Smart HTTPS

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Google Chrome
    • Opera
    • Firefox

    Smart HTTPS automatically changes HTTP protocols to the secure HTTPS, and if loading encounters error, reverts it back to HTTP.

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    Almost everyone thinks Smart HTTPS is a great alternative to HTTPS Everywhere.
  2. KB SSL Enforcer icon

    KB SSL Enforcer

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Google Chrome

    This extension enforces encryption for websites that support it as much as currently possible in Chrome. This gives you added security and privacy for your browsing automatically and transparently. This is particularly important on insecure networks, such as public wifi in e.g.

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    KB SSL Enforcer vs HTTPS Everywhere opinions
    Most users think KB SSL Enforcer is a great alternative to HTTPS Everywhere.

    KB SSL Enforcer is is an protocol-based extension that is much effective and compatible than HTTPS Everywhere which using online rules-based filter.

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    HTTPZ

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux

    HTTPZ is meant to be unobtrusive and lightweight. Is very configurable, and should be slightly more secure than some of the alternatives out there, since it has a couple of built-in ways to defend against SSL stripping attacks.

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  4. SSL Enforcer icon

    SSL Enforcer

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows

    SSL Enforcer - Force SSL/TLS encryption for any browser or app. Block all unsecure connections.

    SSL Enforcer main settings are located here along with the on/off toggle.
    SSL Enforcer vs HTTPS Everywhere opinions
    Most users think SSL Enforcer is a great alternative to HTTPS Everywhere.

    HTTPS Everywhere and similar browser add-ons are available for Firefox, Chrome and Opera, but not for Safari. SSL Enforcer is the only way to get this important functionality when using Safari. A bonus is that its adds protection not only to my browser traffic but to other HTTP connections as well (e-mail, plug-ins), as SSL Enforcer is an app that intercepts all insecure HTTP connections that go to the predefined ports 80, 88, 3128, 8080-8088 for all applications.

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    Not a browser extension but still works much the same by running in the background of the system.

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  5. HTTPS Always icon

    HTTPS Always

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Web Browser
    • Pale Moon
    • Basilisk
    • Iceweasel-UXP
    • SeaMonkey

    HTTPS Always is a UXP extension that encrypts your communications with many websites that offer HTTPS but still allow unencrypted connections.

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  6. HTTPS Now icon

    HTTPS Now

    • Mac
    • Safari

    When visiting a website, a person usually leaves a lot of information about himself. And without any measures on the part of the site owner, these personal data may be stolen.

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  7. ForceHTTPS icon

    ForceHTTPS

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Firefox

    As wireless networks proliferate, web browsers operate in an increasingly hostile network environment.

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  8. HTTP Nowhere icon

    HTTP Nowhere

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Firefox

    Redirects websites that uses HTTP to websites that uses HTTPS.

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  9. ForceTLS icon

    ForceTLS

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Firefox

    ForceTLS allows web sites to tell Firefox that they should be served via HTTPS in the future; this helps secure you from accidentally negotiating an insecure session with certain sites. Force-TLS is also compatible with Strict Transport Security.

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